More and more research is being done and published on the subject of the effects of CBD on human health. The list that Ministry of Hemp have complied below highlights the findings that our science community has found when it comes to the benefits of CBD. 

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research on CBD

1. Epilepsy

CBD first came to the national spotlight when CNN’s documentary highlighted how the hemp extract improved Charlotte’s conditions, a child suffering from dravet syndrome. Complementing this story, several anecdotal evidence and initial research show that CBD has strong implications to help patients with epilepsy.

Here are the conclusions reached from research and clinical trials done behind epilepsy and CBD:

2. Chronic Pain

Early results tell us that CBD can help reduce chronic pain, especially those related to nerve pain.

3. Anxiety

One of CBD’s most promising implications have been in its anti-anxiety properties. Some pet owners have even reported that using CBD oil on their dogs have helped treat them for anxiety issues. Early clinical trials have shown that this seems to be the case for both humans and animals:

4. Depression

CBD dosing experiments have shown that small dosages of CBD have an “Active” effect, which means that it actually helps you stay active and focused. Interestingly, large dosages have the opposite effect: a sedative effect. More research has to show what is the optimal dosage to take for the anti-anxiety and antidepressant effects to be optimal, but it’s something one can also experiment with to find the dosage that suits them best.

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Research on CBD and depression

5. Arthritis

Further CBD’s benefits of alleviating joint pains has been the main reason behind brands developing topicals infused with CBD. You can find many brands who are starting to offer lotions or muscle freeze applications that include CBD. Source

6. Diabetes

The results of testing for CBD’s effects on diabetes is in a very primitive stage. However, early findings have shown that cannabinoids (both THC and CBD) can have positive effects in slowing down cell damages that are related to diabetes.

Yet it is quite difficult to find honest information from a reliable source. As this lack of transparency can be boiled down to a couple of reasons that are all intertwined. First, what’s holding everything back is the taboo against cannabis (“marijuana”) that continues to exist in our society.

It is time to change it.

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Research on CBD

More and more research is being done and published on the subject of the effects of CBD on human health. The list that Ministry of Hemp have complied …

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